The Whine King

Actor Madhavan says:

I think Black should’ve been selected for the Oscar. This is clearly not a fair and unbiased selection. My heart reaches out to Mr Bachchan and Mr Bhansali. When it comes to being denied what I deserve, I’m the king.

Got to agree with him. He deserved a month in solitary confinement under Section 294 of the Indian Penal Code (obscene acts and songs to the annoyance of others in any public place) for Priyamaana Thozhi & Priyasakhi, and a left hook to the jaw for thinking Black was a good movie.

9 thoughts on “The Whine King”

  1. Yeah, Muthuvel, I had read that before. The woman wrote a letter to a movie!! I don’t think I have the patience to dissect that crap and waste valuable blogspace.

  2. Egad! Bhavna Giani sure is something else! The lady actually remembers dialogues? Fortunately my traumatized mind blocked out the whole experience. Otherwise, I’d still be waking up screaming in the night. And a left hook is letting him off easy. I selflessly volunteer to carry endless buckets of water for Pai Mei & learn the five point palm-exploding heart technique.

  3. Me again. Am still in the after-math of watching Kill Bill 2… hence the obscure references to Pai Mei & the five point palm-exploding heart technique…

  4. Roopa: Remember Burnol from days of yore? That all-purpose blister fighting greasy thingamich that was reason enough not to be fascinated by fire? Well, Priyamaana Thozhi is like pouring Burnol into your eyes and then screaming about it for 2.5 hours. *end review*

    Dooze: As much as I loved seeing the 5-point palm exploding heart technique in action, I still winced everytime Bill/Kiddo said it out aloud. Lame name, and eats up 1 minute of reel. But then I guess thats what Tarantino had in mind too. I love that scene where Bill explains the technique in between his Chinese bamboo flute rendition. That’s exactly how I’ll be teaching my unborn children the lessons of life, though they’ll have to settle for a rendition of ‘Ek Do Teen’.

  5. The absurdity of the term “5-point palm exploding heart technique” is about the only thing I loved in Kill Bill 2. Compared to ‘Drunken Monk’, ‘Swaying crane’, ‘flying eagle’, blahblahblah “techniques” that regular Kung-fu movies expect us to swallow, this one’s at least funny. I like the flute scene too. On behalf of your unborn children, I beseech you – spare them Ek Do Teen.

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